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Village of Baldwin
400 Cedar St • PO Box 97
Baldwin, WI 54002
Ph: (715) 684-3426
Fx: (715) 684-4708

United Fire and Rescue - Baldwin Station

United Fire & Rescue was formed in 1994 when the local fire departments from Baldwin, Hammond, and Woodville consolidated. Each of the three villages combined their resources of fire stations, firefighter personnel, fire apparatus, and firefighting equipment to become one unified responding group of volunteers to answer emergency calls in the largest fire service area within St. Croix County.

United Fire & Rescue District provides coverage in the Villages of Baldwin, Hammond, Woodville, and Wilson, as well as the outlying Towns of Baldwin, Cady, Eau Galle, Emerald, Erin Prairie, Hammond, Pleasant Valley, Rush River, and Springfield.

Each member community has representation on the United Fire & Rescue Board of Commissioners.


Approximately 80 firefighters – dedicated volunteers - who answer approximately 200 calls per year in addition to monthly meetings and monthly training schedules. Members receive initial training, as well as ongoing training, coordinated through the Wisconsin Technical College System that is in accordance with federal and state requirements.

Each station houses and maintains an Engine/Pumper, a 3200 gallon Water Tender/Tanker, a Brush Truck with a Wildland ATV equipment, extrication and rescue equipment, ice rescue equipment, and thermal imaging equipment. The district is also equipped with a 78’ aerial truck, a 50’ Telesquirt truck, an Air Van for filling SCBA air bottles on-site at an emergency scene, a reserve Engine/Pumper, and Confined Space rescue equipment.

Fourteen pieces of fire apparatus. Three stations. One department. United and proud to serve.


United Fire and Rescue has a Class 3 insurance rating.

Contact Us

Baldwin Station
1580 10th Ave.
Baldwin, WI  54002

District Chief

Reid Berger

Baldwin Station Chief
Gary Newton

United Fire & Rescue